ARE YOU SUPER FAN OF TEA? THIS BLOG IS FOR YOU
Tea, that thousand-year-old drink that we like so much and is perfect in the cold season, has more properties than you think Maja, and its history is full of curious facts. Do you know them all? Do not? Then this blog is for you. Get comfortable and run for a cup of tea to learn more:
1.- The main tea-consuming countries are India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Turkey, Russia, China, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Russia and the United States.
2.- Legend has it that the "tea of the five" was created by the Portuguese monarch: Dona Catarina de Bragança.
3 .- The country that imports and consumes more tea is the United Kingdom, in fact, it is said that each British consumes an approximate of four cups of tea a day, incredible. do not?
4.- Tea diminishes the appetite and in turn balances cholesterol. Are you still thinking about taking it? Start from today!
5.- There are four main types of tea: white, black, green and blue. Have you tried them all?
6.- A cup of white tea contains the same amount of antioxidants as 10 glasses of apple water, which is ideal to lose those extra pounds.
7.- It is the second most consumed beverage in the world, because obviously water is the first Maja. What did you think?
8.- Chai tea is originally from India and in the West it became known as Yogi Tea or Yogi Tea, just because it was offered after yoga classes.
9.- The Tibetan tea is taken with yak butter, which means hospitality.
10.- The black, green and oolong tea comes from the leaves of the camellia, a plant that can reach up to 9 meters if you have the necessary care.
11.- Green tea has vitamins B1, B2, K and C ... Incredible but true.
12.- In Tibet, a region located northeast of the Himalayas, tea is considered a sacred drink.
13.- According to experts, red tea is the one with the greatest depurative properties and acts as an accelerator of liver function, becoming the ideal when it comes to having a drink.
Now yes Maja, there will be no excuses to stop drinking tea. Cheer up and do not let the cold take hold of you!